Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Studio Tour: How Mega Busy Writers Make it Work

Write every day. Show don’t tell.  Mind your online manners. So go the writers’ yada, yada’s.  But honestly, is there anything more monotonous than some author doing the preachy-preachy about the writing process and craft? While I was writing and researching Writer with a … Continue reading

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Help Wanted: Love Potion # 5

Look who’s dropped on by! It’s T.J. Alexian, who is one of the working authors interviewed in “Writer with a Day Job.”  T.J.  (a pen name) works full time in Public Relations and is the author of three novels. He’s the father of … Continue reading

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Our Just Desserts (Psst! No Calories)

  When I published “Writer with a Day Job” (Writers Digest Books, 2011), I hoped that it would instigate us day-job writers to get chatting and sharing our strategies for balancing work with writing. Or I thought that some readers might comment on the book’s tutorials … Continue reading

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